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Articles with keyword "Ancient Rome"

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How a City Stroll Can Become a Trip in Deep Geological Time

Touring with urban geology in mind


Recreating Pompey for Modern Eyes

Archaeologists uncover a centuries-old theater complex.


The Nature of the Game

Olympic combat events reflect the culture and customs of an ancient society.

Book cover for "From Alexander to Constantine"


Kingly Pursuits

Herod built on a Roman scale.

Katherine Rinne


Impertinent Questions with Katherine Rinne

Tapping into Roman waters


Good Stable Manners

In Ancient Rome and Modern America, NEH-funded scholar Margaret Malamud looks at the ways visions of the imperial city have been incorporated into everything from the Constitution to Caes

Duane W. Roller, professor emeritus of Greek and Latin at Ohio State University


Impertinent Questions with Duane W. Roller

On the elusive Cleopatra.

One of Odysseus’ sailors victimized by Scylla


“My Sejanus”

Rome's ruthless upstart was really a savvy insider, until fortune turned her back on him.